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Recruiters have one job: find the right person for the position. Their performance is evaluated on how efficiently and effectively they match top talent to job requirements. Ironically, in the current economy, recruiters are finding their jobs harder than ever. I’m serious. There’s too much talent for them to weed through. What used to be
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If you’re a job hunter, you have to remember that job interviews are not all the same. Some job interviews not only require you to answer somewhat stressful questions directly from your interviewer, but they can also require you to face a group of co-interviewees and (technically) compete with them by practically standing out among
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Here are their responses… Jim Black, Engineering & Technical Executive Image from Bigstock For my industry, we are playing things very simply. The aerospace market is rebounding, and our business follows this trend. We are continuing with a growth mindset; however, we are more prudent with capital outlay. As more orders are released, we will
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Job interviews can be intimidating, especially if you’re not prepared. There are a number of ways to prepare for a big job interview, but one of the best ways to simulate the actual interview process is by doing a mock interview. Mock interviews provide candidates with an opportunity to test out their job interview skills
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Here are seven of the most common interview questions, what the hiring manager is really asking, and how you should respond: 1. “Tell Me About Yourself.” What the hiring manager is really asking… “How does your education, work history, and professional aspirations relate to this position?” How to respond: Select key work and education information
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Some might wonder what the big deal is about punctuation. Surely if you start your sentences with a capital letter and end them with a period, that’s all you need to worry about, right? Unfortunately not. The text in resumes is often so packed with information that seemingly inconsequential punctuation missteps can distort your meaning,
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